Kaia Gerber Dishes on Her Resemblance to Mom Cindy Crawford

Kaia Gerber Dishes on Her Resemblance to Mom Cindy Crawford
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There’s no denying Cindy Crawford and her daughter Kaia Gerber are the spitting image of each other. Just one look at their mother-daughter “twinsies” snaps on Instagram will show you their uncanny resemblance. Still, it wasn't until recently that the 14-year-old budding model realized just how much she looks like her supermodel mom.

“I used to not see it at all, but it was only recently that I actually noticed we look alike,” she told InStyle at the Moschino Resort 2017 fashion show in Los Angeles Friday night. “On the Vogue Paris cover, I saw that and I was like ‘okay, I guess we do,’ which is an amazing thing, so, I’m not complaining,” she said with a laugh.

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The statuesque beauty, who rocked a printed Moschino jacket, a black top and black skinny jeans to the show helmed by fashion designer Jeremy Scott, attended the event with Crawford, her dad Rande Gerber and a girlfriend, with the group all sitting in the star-studded front row. As for her own modeling aspirations, Kaia told us, “[I’m] just working as hard as I can.” She added, “I’m still 14, so I’m still going to school. What’s good is that I can be picky, so I’ve just been doing only amazing things, which is incredible for me. I could’ve never dreamed that any of this stuff would ever happen. It’s amazing.”

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Some of those recent amazing things include her spring campaign with luxury accessories brand Chrome Hearts and the campaign she landed with Alexander Wang earlier this year. As the fashionista continues to take the modeling world by storm, she relies on the advice of her mom, who told her, “Have a thought behind every photo and [don’t] just blankly stare into the photo, but really feel the emotion that goes along with the picture.” It’s clear that those wise words are paying off.

 
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